Small town holiday charm
The hustle and bustle of a big city at holiday time is exciting but there’s something wonderfully nostalgic about the genuine welcome you’ll receive in a small town — celebrate the rebirth of Bernardsville’s shops and restaurants. From the Currier and Ives-like turn-of-the-century stone railroad station to its borough hall housed in a historic cider mill, Bernardsville exudes an inviting sense of place all year long but never more so then at this special time of year.
If you’re looking to spend some special time this season in a suburban town steeped in urban chic with gracious homes, fine shops, unique galleries, eclectic restaurants, trendy bistros, a lively art scene and a nationally recognized art museum, look no further; just head to the Township of Montclair. From Thanksgiving to First Night this culture-rich town shines.
Step back in time with a merry holiday outing to Victorian Cape May. Garland draped porches, twinkling gaslights, festive trolley tours and turn-of-the-century costumed carolers are just a few of the many pleasures you’ll experience this historic town.
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